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See the following paper for the Rationale & Rules underlying my work on Nostradamus. 

"And thousands of other events will come to pass, because of floods and continual rains, as I have set forth fully in writing my other Prophecies, which are drawn out in length, in prose, setting the places and times so that men coming after may see them, knowing the events to have occurred infallibly." Passage by Nostradamus in his preface to the first part of his Prophecies.

In this paper I am taking uthe task or challenge Nostradamus set. I am revealing what is in the those Prophecies written in prose beneath the visible text. I am giving the places and the events and later I will add the specific times.

This paper is a twin to the one on Nuclear mishaps and uses the same line of verse to start its trail. The following table shows all the major anagrams my research techniques have uncovered C10 Q06 line 2 and shows how adjacent sequences gives the text of that sentence new meaning. The meaning of the text is They will think Deucalion (Gk hero at the time of ancient floods) is reborn (Qu'on cuidera Deucalion renaistre).

  C10 Q06 L2 Qu'on ....era Deucalion renaistre
.....ra Deucalion renaistre
Qu'on cuidera Deucalion r
Quatreins on Radionucleide.era
Quatreins on Denuclearisation
Questor induce radionuclear

This line has many related non-trivial anagrams such as Radionuclear, Denuclearisation, Radionuclide and Radionuced. Each of these anagrams only occur once in the whole text. The nuclear words are found in different parts of the line (not anagrams of each other). The line also illustrates the connection between the words in the original and the new revelation. Nostradamus line means "They will come to believe that Deucalion is reborn" and this has a clear link when the name Deucalion is understood. Even the word questor (or quaestor) adds detail for it is a parliamentary officer  responsible for finance.

And Nostradamus' choice of names also offers extra detail since Deucalion is a Greek legendary figure whose father, Prometheus, stole the sacred fire from Zeus. Surely this is a powerful metaphor for man's use of nuclear energy.

The parallels go beyond this since Deucalion and his wife Phyrra, because of their piety, were spared the vengeance of Zeus. The vengeful god flooded the world to teach man to have more respect. Deucalion's family, like Noah's, built an ark which enabled the rebirth of the world after the floods.

In the coded version given above we can reach the conclusion that denuclearisation may arise out of the devastation of a great flood. And Nostradamus has set two clear tales through the allegories of this verse. The visible text links to a great rebirth after a devastating flood while the generation before Deucalion gives a setting for a nuclear theme. 

There is quite remarkable evidence in C1 Q100 to back the assertion that Nostradamus entwined the story of floods into the hidden part of his message. In this verse there is evidence that Nostradamus used a series of names that are all flood/rebirth related. Complex unexpected, names like Asclepius and Osiris  are used to build the allegory of inundations and these hidden names deliver sense to what is otherwise an innocuous meaningless quatrain.

Asclepius is a Greek figure who is linked to medicine and healing. The rod with the twisted serpent around it is the symbol for medicine and it comes from the tales of Asclepius. The snake was considered to be Phoenix like with qualities of reincarnation This gave Asclepius an association with rebirth and reincarnation. He was also became a star god ( Ophiuchus ).

There is only one line of verse in Nostradamus' Prophecies that contains an anagram of Asclepius. It is line 1 in Centuries 1, Quatreins 100. Set as the last verse of the first chapter of the Prophecies, it was always likely it would contain an important message and this proves to be so. There are many extraordinary sets of anagrams in this work of Nostradamus but none more powerful than those this line contains. Its visible message is quite interesting in itself even though it tells us very little.

"Long temps au ciel sera veu gris oiseau"
"For a long time a gray bird will be seen in the sky"

It is widely accepted that Deucalion and Noah's story are strikingly similar and one similarity is that a gray bird is common to both. Noah was adrift on his ark for a long time and at intervals of seven days sent out a dove to search for signs of land. And Deucalion's legend, like that of a Noah, has cranes alerting a survivor (Megaron) as to the presence of land.

I have already revealed that this verse has an anagram for Asclepius ("Long temps au ciel sera...") but it has another star god contained in this line. The god is Osiris and his name is contained in "gris oiseau". It is such a superb capture of a name because Osiris' Egyptian emblem is a grey bird, the Bennu bird.

The line contains another very special anagram that has extremely complex lettering and it would not be expected to occur by chance in very many works at all. The word is "pneumatologies" and it occurs as a wrap-around in the form of "Long temps au ciel sera veu gris oiseau". Pneumatology is the doctrine or study of spiritual beings and phenomena, especially the belief in spirits intervening between humans and God. This is a highly appropriate term to apply to the sky gods of ancient times.

At this point we have a word (pneumatologies) that in itself has a lower probability than most of existing by chance that in this line is associated with two sky gods, Asclepius (no other occurrence) and Osiris (one other occurrence). There are a very limited number of ancient Gods' names (of non-simple lettering) that can be found as anagrams in Nostradamus text. The inter-connection between the names and the word (pneumatologies) diminish further the probability of their occurrence being there by chance. Add to this the placement of Osiris within the French term for grey bird and that a gray bird is associated with Osiris then the probability of chance is reduced further.

This, however, is not the end of the factors that decrease the probability of their occurrence being an act of chance.

Osiris legend has similarities to Deucalion for both are considered to be independent versions of the biblical Noah story. Not only is Osiris linked to the gray bird that is the image in the visible line of Nostradamus text but to floods and other aspects found in the Noah tale. And Asclepius and Osiris, the two Gods mentioned are both associated with rebirth. The Bennu, the gray bird that is associated with Osiris, had Phoenix like aspects. This bird is described as "the one who came into being by himself". It was believed to constantly rise renewed just like the sun.

There are therefore enough improbabilities to suggest that my interpretation of this line is valid and that each of these anagrams are deliberately placed in this line. However there are other anagrams in this line that also bear on these  issues of sky gods who act as intermediaries between God and man.

The first of these additional anagrams is auspice ("Long temps au ciel sera veu gris oiseau"). To the right of this anagram is the word "reveals" (l sera v) and beyond that is an imperfect anagram for auguries. One meaning of auspice is the observation of and divination from the actions of birds (Latin auspicium, bird divination ). There is one other significant anagram in this line. It is the word "vagueries". This word adds nothing to the flow of connections but allows meaning to be delivered to the line.

By this method I arrived at the message left in this line of Nostradamus' text. It is "Pneumatologies vagueries reveals Asclepius, Osiris auspice". This line is but a stepping stone pointing the way to those lines that reveal the nature of Nostradamus prediction of a futuristic world-covering deluge.

There is actually another verse that contains Deucalion as a name but in Cheetham's version it is Ceucalion. Cheetham acknowledges this is probably a printer's error as most other versions give the name Deucalion. My program of course didn't pick up this verse when looking for the correct name. I found it after writing all of the above and when I examined it I knew I could correct that name to Deucalion with great confidence. Below is the verse (C2 Q81):

  C2 Q81 Through fire from the sky city almost burned:
The Urn threatens Deucalion again:
Sardinia vexed by the Punic adversary,
After Libra will leave her Phaeton.
Par feu du ciel la cite presque aduste
L'Urne menace encore Ceucalion
Vexee Sardaigne par la Punique fuste
Apres que Libra l'airra son Phaeton

Upon reading through this verse I could see immediately that it was linked in many ways to C10 Q06. The verse is about fire and flood (the Urn threatens). And Phaeton is another character from the stories of the Greek Gods. Through him we once again have a father-son story in which the father is a fire/sun god and the son faces a watery end. 

Phaeton was the son of the sun-god Helios. When Phaeton ("the shining one") finally learned who his father was, he went east to meet him. He induced his father to allow him to drive the chariot of the sun across the heavens for one day. The horses, feeling their reins held by a weaker hand, ran wildly out of their course and came close to the earth, threatening to burn it. Zeus noticed the danger and with a thunderbolt he destroyed Phaeton. He fell down into the legendary river Eridanus where he was found by the river nymphs who mourned him and buried him.

These are however pretty low level links. There's much more that establishes that the two verses are part of the same story line. One key to this is Sardaigne. It is Sardon both in sound and in its ancient origin. This is one of the key words in C10 Q06 that I use in another paper  to open uthe Nuclear trail. There is another line where sound reveals what is hidden in the verse. L.2 holds the Nemean Lion (Urne menace...Deucalion) and tackling this lion was the first of Hercule's twelve tasks.

One other word in this verse leads us back to the story of Osiris and Ascepius, who were both linked to reincarnation and to birds with Phoenix like qualities. The word Punic, which occurs in the third line, applies to the Phoenician language used by the ancient Carthaginian. The name Phoenician derives from the Greek word Phoinix /Phoenix. It provides a double confirmation through language and the phoenix.

However, it is only when the meaning of some anagrams are uncovered that the true meaning of the above shows itself. On the right of line four we have "son Phaeton". This forms the Roman word, pantheon which means all the gods of a people considered as a group: It is a word that links to all the ideas exposed through the trail of C10 Q6 and C1 Q100 L1 (see earlier).

It is particularly linked to the uncovered word "pneumatologies" as it and pantheon are expressions of man's interest in the beings between man and God. Through this word the case supporting the importance of the ancient Sky Gods' names and stories is established.

The names from various ancient peoples are also shown to be equally important. So far we have seen Jewish, Roman, Greek, Egyptian and Celtic pagan names used for the same deities who are all related to the sun god (through the father). And the connection to water gods has consistently been through the sons.

Through Hercules' tasks and the mention of the Nemean Lion we can understand that there are twelve sets of names to find and this trail is only the first.

This methodology rings of astronomic secrets hiding zodiac references in the names of Gods and suggest that the solving of the riddles contained in Nostradamus' prophecies is meant to be a Herculean task.

So far I have revealed two names that lead directly to constellations. Asclepius leads to Ophiuchus/ Serpens and Osiris leads to Canis Major and these provide confidence an astronomic trail can be found. So we can expect more to emerge from this verse and the process is easy to start since we have the Urn (Aquarius) and Libra mentioned in the visible text. But we also have a link to another Water constellation through Phaeton for it was into Eridanus that he fell and drowned and this is once again a constellation name.

There are three other very important anagrams hidden in line four which reveal secrets to the decoding of this verse and others. These words are phonate (Phaeton), anastrophe (ra son Phaeton) and epanastrophe (Apres .. Phaeton).

Phonate means to utter speech sounds. Anastrophe means inversion of the normal syntactic order of words; for example, "Matter too soft a lasting mark to bear" Alexander Pope. And epanastrophe means a rhetorical repetition at the beginning of a phrase of the word or words with which the previous phrase ended; for example, C04 Q11 L.4 Under murder, murder will come to be perpetrated (Soub z meurte meurtre se viendra perpetrer). Each of these words is a technique for mnemonic recall that the narrator uses as a spur or hook. 

The new process that I uncovered and then used in the above analysis are fully in keeping with the hidden coding messages that form another stream (see below where all words are whole anagrams)

  C1 Q21
The rock holds in its depths white clay.
Profonde argille blanche nourrit rochier
Profonde argille blanche nourrit rochier


Profonde argille blanche nourrit rochier





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